With its iPhone 11 looks, you could be forgiven for thinking that this is just another of those Apple look-a-like phones, designed to warrant a high price but with a poor spec and build quality. But you’d be heavily mistaken. The Cubot X20 Pro can be picked up for £120 – £150, which considering what you get for the money is a bargain.
Available in 3 colours (Blue, Rose Gold and Black) it has a 6.3” FHD+ LCD display. Matched with a curved glass back and metal frame the overall effect is of a solid and premium handset. The screen has a central teardrop cutout for the selfie camera and a small chin, giving it an impressive 92.8% screen to body ratio and a good 409 PPI for sharp, punchy and vivid colours.
The Cubit X20 Pro is driven by a reasonable Media Tek Helio P60 chipset, which it is claimed is similar to the Snapdragon 660. This is backed up by 6GB RAM and 128GB memory, to which you can add up to another 256GB with a MicroSD card.
Power comes from a good-sized 4000 mAh battery with super-fast charging. It is claimed that a single charge from this battery can last up to 2 days. Impressive if true.
Triple array camera
Let’s turn to the cameras. On the back is a triple array setup that looks very similar to the iPhone 11 layout. The main lens a 12MP Sony. This is backed up by an 8MP ultrawide sensor and a 20MP Sony depth lens for Bokeh shots. This configuration produces decent shots (as long as you are not too discerning) and the video also has OIS as well. On the front is a 13MP selfie camera.
The Cubot X20 Pro ships with Android 9 but no doubt this will be slated to upgrade to Android in the future.
Overall, the Cubot X20 Pro represents really good value for money for £120 – £150. It looks good, feels premium in the hand and has decent specs for such a low-price phone. So, if you are looking for something that looks like an iPhone but without the high price, why not look at Cubot X20 Pro.